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MacOS Monterey test shows Apple is developing new 'professional model'

via:IT之家     time:2021/9/29 10:04:04     readed:591

IT House September 29 -95Mac reports that as early as January 2020, Apple is developing a new "professional model" that allows MacBook users to ignore some energy-saving restrictions for maximum performance.

The latest version of macOS Monterey shows that Apple is still developing similar features, now known as "high power mode."

IT House learned that "Professional Mode" was first discovered in macOS Catalina 10.15.3. The macOS code describes it as a mode that allows the app to run faster, but reduces battery life and increases fan noise. However, this feature is not available to users and all references have previously been removed from the macOS Monterey beta.

Today, the 9to5Mac discovered a new "high power mode" added to macOS Monterey beta 8, which was released to developers earlier today.

Given that "low power mode" already exists and improves battery life by reducing Mac performance, "high power mode" is expected to do the opposite, allowing users to run the app at full performance even if the Mac is not connected to a power source.

It is important to note that users are still unable to use this feature. It's unclear whether Apple plans to introduce high-power mode for all models, or only for specific Mac models.

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